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D’ART GALLERY IN MARCH


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last year. He was a skilled, natural artist whose talent even he did not fully appreciate. Our visits to his studio were both inspiring and frustrating - he would be searching for the perfect painting surrounded by part finished works each of which was already a masterpiece in the making. The D’art Gallery has 3 earlier paintings of his favourite subjects. ‘The square rigger yardarm’ - a precarious position which the early sailors adopted (ignoring all health and safety rules!). ‘Best of friends’ a smaller painting of a pair of yarning sailors on a bench (here, he has captured a gentleness and charm that reminds us of him) and lastly, one of the beautiful skies over Teignmouth, ‘gathering storm river Exe’ illustrating his love and appreciation of the west country: vast skies, unique pallette and all painted with fingers and rags. These paintings are at 4 Lower Street now and you can also see images on our website www.dart-gallery.com or call for specific details 01803 834923.


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Above: The square rigger yardarm


e were all very saddened by the loss of our friend Tony Amos


D’art Gallery


Above: Best of friends


4 Lower Street Dartmouth TQ6 9RL tel: 01803 834923 www.dart-gallery.com


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Anthony Amos, ‘gathering storm river Exe’ 105x80cms


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